Milo Construction, a Boulder-based general contractor specializing in pre-construction consulting, design management, value engineering, commercial construction and historic renovation, has been selected for the rebuild and restoration of the Old Waterloo restaurant building in downtown Louisville. The architect is Andy Johnson of DAJ Design and the owner is TEBO Development.
The 6,710-square-foot structure, located at 809 Main Street, was originally built in the early 1900s. Milo will restore the façade of the building, an original storefront and the footprint of the original structure, protecting the heritage of downtown Louisville. The back of the building will also be removed, and a new basement and two-story addition will be built. The new addition will have a rooftop deck and two stories of seating for another restaurant location. The Old Waterloo restaurant has been relocated to 817 Main Street Louisville during the construction process.
“Working on historic structures is a specialty for our firm, and we’re looking forward to restoring this important building in downtown Louisville to an even better version of itself,” said Pat Minniear, owner of Milo Construction. “We always look forward to working with owners, developers and architects who share in our vision of making historic buildings ‘new’ again, and by doing so, contributing to the economic engine of small cities and towns throughout Colorado.
Milo Construction’s team of commercial builders and residential renovation contractors handles everything from ground-up development projects to contemporary, modern architecture and design. We work with you to create compelling interior remodeling projects, new corporate spaces, and historic renovations.
Renderings courtesy of DAJ Design